Originally located in a heritage building in the heart of Gastown, Vancouver’s oldest neighbourhood, we’ve recently expanded into a second campus in the heart of Downtown Vancouver. Located in the traditional and unceded territory of the Coast Salish peoples – the Squamish, Tsleil-Waututh, and Musqueam Nations – our new Seymour Campus is dedicated to classroom space for our in-person programs. Across the street, we maintain a large studio space for InFocus Film Production students and a rental space for independent filmmakers to shoot.

Filmmaking takes time, and for that reason we make our rooms and computer labs available for student use all day. Classrooms, editing studios, studio space, and meeting rooms are available at any time the room is not being used for a class. The same is true for all programs. Screenwriting students will always have a quiet place to write and animators can burn the midnight oil in the 3D studio when completing their demo reels.

With a prime location in the downtown core, we are accessible from multiple major transit routes and easily reached by bicycle. We are within walking distance of hundreds of restaurants, shops, and cafes, and are minutes from both ocean and mountains. InFocus Film School is truly the ideal location to study film.


Over 100,000 students travel to Vancouver annually for its vibrant, safe, and warm atmosphere. Consistently rated as one of the world’s most livable cities, Vancouver possesses striking natural beauty and has long been established as one of the world’s most creative centres for film and digital screen arts.

With its outstanding natural beauty, Vancouver also offers many recreational benefits, access to the ocean, mountains, parks and fitness centres, all complemented by a lively arts scene and vibrant nightlife. Everything is easily accessible from downtown.

Hollywood North

Known as “Hollywood North” it is the third-largest production centre in North America with a long history of feature film, TV series, documentary, animation, and commercial production.

Alongside a thriving domestic industry, the city sees a consistent flow of high-budget US productions due to the favourable dollar, generous tax credits, impressive infrastructure, high-level talent, and stunning locations. BC enjoys $4 billion annually in direct spending on film and TV productions and over 65,000 jobs in the entertainment industry.

Other screen-based sectors such as Visual Effects & Animation, Digital Media, and Video Game Design are similarly booming in the city and it is home to one of the top video games clusters in the world.

Fantastic Networking

Students can benefit from a large and friendly film networking community to fuel their passion, and have access to a multitude of high-quality Film and TV events, festivals, and networking groups (VIFF, DOXA, Film and TV Forum, Vancouver Webfest, DocBC, Vancouver Women and Film and TV to name but a few).

World-Class Transportation

Vancouver has a condensed, highly-walkable downtown core, excellent bicycle infrastructure, and a world-class transit system, making it a breeze to get around without a car. Located in the heart of the downtown core, InFocus Film School is convenient for all major transportation systems with three Skytrain stations, major bus routes, the Seabus, and bike lanes all within a few minutes’ walk. Vancouver is also serviced by a selection of vehicle sharing options including Evo, Modo, and Mobi bicycle sharing.

All in all, Vancouver is a kick-ass place to study and make movies!


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